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Submitted by Lucreto 506d ago | article

Vgleaks: Durango: Sound of Tomorrow

One of the few components that remain unveiled in Durango is the sound block. This article is intended to describe this important part inside the system.

Durango’s audio architecture seeks a balance between the successes and tradeoffs of previous generation platforms while anticipating the increasing technical needs of next-generation implementations. It provides hardware-accelerated pathways for the most common aspects of audio rendering—compression, mixing, filtering, and so on—on a large number of concurrent voices. The architecture also provides a shared resource model for software processing consumption, allowing each individual title to select what and how much custom signal manipulation to apply in CPU utilization. (Xbox One)

majiebeast  +   506d ago
Welcome to the world of tommorow!

Not the most exciting info to see about a gaming console. Aslong as a console has 7.1 surround support ill be happy.
FrigidDARKNESS  +   506d ago
Hmmmmmm nice hi-end audiophile digital sound quality. A definite plus for those who the best in sound quality.

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